Proposed Behavioral Hospital @ 300 Milwaukee Ave will be presented to the
Committee of the Whole on July 18, 2017


Arbotheater Concert July 20 "FINAL SAY" 

Final Say was formed in 2007 and is owned and operated by the members of the band Maggie Speaks. Whether it is alternative, classic rock, soul, Motown, New Wave, Big Hair Rock, R&B, the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, or 90’s. Final Say delivers the right music for any occasion

The Arbortheater is located at 50 S. Fairway Drive, just north of the Vernon Hills Athletic Complex (VHAC). Concerts are held on Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m.. In case of rain the concerts will relocate at the Sullivan Center at 635 North Aspen Drive.

Concerts are open to the public and everyone is invited. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs, and picnic basket and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

During the concerts the main parking lot is blocked off for handicap and seniors. Concert parking is in the Rogers Executive Park II parking lot adjacent to the Arbortheater. The Arbortheater can also be accessed on the bike path through Deerpath Park just north of the Castle.

Volunteers Needed for AHR Charity Event

The Leahy Family Foundation is looking for volunteers to help raise money for charity and take part in one of the biggest lacrosse tournaments in the county – July 8 and 9. This will be an excellent opportunity to work up a sweat by giving back to the community. Young people can also gain volunteer experience needed for scholarship applications and resumes by joining in the experience. While we welcome students and families, we ask that any volunteers be over age 16, as volunteers will be cooking and serving hot food.
The Pipe City Lacrosse Festival is held on the American Hotel grounds and will feature 225 teams playing for nearly 25,000 spectators. The Leahy Family we will be providing the drinks and concessions for the entire tournament and all money raised will benefit worthy charities like Boys & Girls Club of Lake County, Gateway for Cancer Research, and the NSSRA.
The event requires more than 100 people between the hours of 7am and 6pm on Saturday (7/8) and Sunday (7/9). To sign up for a shift please contact Paula Motzny at 847.743.1996 or

Garage Sale Central


1314 Coventry Circle
Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8. 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Office chair, women's clothing, kitchen items, beautiful fabrics, paper for creative young minds, lots of miscellaneous!

1010 Hayes Court (New Century Town)
Dates: Friday, July 7- Sunday, July 9
Time: All 3 days from 9am-6pm
Rain dates: Friday, July 14- Sunday, July 16
Toys, clothes, carry-on luggages, books, some electronics

 428 Sutcliffe Cir, (Hawthorn Club Subdivision)
Fri (10-2pm), Sat (9-5pm), and Sun (9-1pm) 
Lots of kids clothes size NB - 4T, toys, men & women's clothing, books, household items, and much more!

106 Dickinson Court
Saturday, July 8
8 am - 3 pm
Multi-family. Toys, kids clothes, baby items, books, home goods, bicycles.

CLC News

CLC Board approves presidential search firm and FY 2018 budget
The CLC Board of Trustees selected a firm to conduct a national search for the next president. Dr. Jerry Weber, who had served as president since 2009, announced in March that he was leaving CLC to become president of Bellevue College in the Seattle area. 
At its June 27 meeting, the board selected the Pauly Group to conduct the presidential search. The search process will begin over the summer, with plans to have a final candidate selected and able to start between March and July 2018. The board has named Dr. Rich Haney to serve as interim president. He has served as provost since 2013.
Additionally, the board approved a $102.5 million budget for FY 2018. For details, visit
CLC Grad Alexandra Turcios receives Fulbright grant
Alexandra Turcios, a College of Lake County 2014 graduate from Waukegan, received a prestigious Fulbright grant to teach English to high school students in rural Indonesia. Turcios graduated with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2016.
She returned to CLC in January 2017 to work with the TRiO Educational Talent Search scholars program, offering college preparation assistance to Round Lake High School students. For more information, visit
July 11: CLC co-sponsors laser and photonics camp
Dr. Andrés Díaz of the Puerto Rico Photonics Institute will present a free laser and photonics camp designed especially for Latino high school students on Tuesday, July 11. The camp takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lake County High Schools Technology Campus, 19525 W. Washington Street, Grayslake.
Participants will delve into the properties of light and how it is used in technology today. Hands-on activities include building a telescope and popping balloons with a laser.
Registration is free and lunch is included. For registration or more information, contact Celina Rodriquez at the Lake County High School Technology Campus at (847) 543-6019 or For details, visit

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